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#5716480 - 04/25/15 11:29 PM In need of some gunsmith services
Jacobst54 Offline

Registered: 10/23/12
Posts: 771
Loc: Fort Worth
I have a handful of different projects done. I was hoping some local smiths would see this and reach out or readers could give me recommendations.

In all, I probably need about 5 different things done, including a ceracoat/duracoat job (maybe a second as well). This is probably all going to be pretty easy stuff with the hardest getting my glock 34 to fit the fast fire I just bought.

Pm or text me with some pricing and I'll tell you everything needed. Not gonna lie, I'm pretty cheap so I may haggle with you so I can get a good bundled price.


#5717405 - 04/26/15 07:34 PM Re: In need of some gunsmith services [Re: Jacobst54]
RifleDude Offline

Registered: 02/24/14
Posts: 162
Loc: Brenham, TX
Depending on what you need done, I highly recommend Pete Pieper of Precision Barrel Work in Hempstead, TX.
Pete is a good friend of mine, a great gunsmith/machinist, very honest, and an all-around great guy. He does gunsmith work on rifles, not pistols, so he wouldn't be the right person to contact about your Glock. He does barrel chamering, profiling, crowning, and installation, fluting, action work, bedding, etc., and he builds complete rifles.
He sends out his Cerakote work, though.

If you just need Cerakote only, I recommend Karl Kampfeld.


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